Pelvic organ prolapse complicating pregnancy is an extremely rare entity. Obstetricians must be familiar with this condition as early recognition and follow up can help to avoid possible fetomaternal risks. Isolated cystocele in pregnancy has not been reported in literature till now. Case reports available mention concomitant uterovaginal prolapse along with cystocele.
Case Report: We present a patient with isolated cystocele during pregnancy. She presented to us at 28 weeks gestation with cystocele protruding out of the introitus with complaints of preterm labour pains. She was managed conservatively, but had preterm vaginal delivery at 30 weeks gestation. Both mother and baby are healthy following delivery.